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    update: traffic receiver is not working (it says not compatible).
    map search, is working for me. I have just tried: where to go, address, enter city etc, and it works.
    Is that function not working for you? I have CN Europe NT 2012.40 map.

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    Hello all, i have a little problem trying to flash the GUPDATE.CGD, i have a 1390T and i'm trying to flash with Japan 1480, because i need to enable truck mode for this device, i done all the steps to create the file but my device wouldn't boot with the new image, i deleted the file from \Device\.System i have copied the file there but with no luck, i made a folder on the card with the name Garmin but still no luck, i copied directly the file to the card but still no luck. When i made the file with RGN Tool 0.78 i keeped the HWID and the SW Version (5.90) from the original file. Is there anything that i'm missing? Thank you

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    Japan Software does not have "real" Truck Mode.
    The Truck mode in Japan Software only keeps you away from residential areas. You cannot input truck width, length or anything else.
    The reason you cannot flash is because you are trying to flash 5.90 over 5.90 using the Gupdate.gdc method. If the version is the same the nuvi won't flash.
    You can do 2 things.
    1 Use Updater.exe pre-boot mode to flash RGN file. or
    2 Downgrade your nuvi to 5.8 first and then Flash your custom file.
    REMEMBER THAT YOU CAN BRICK NUVI BY FLASHING CUSTOM FIRMWARES, Do at your own risk !!!!!
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    Thank you dasilvarsa, i made the downgrade and than i upgrade with the jp version. But the software with this device has some several issues, first is Incompatible audio device, then when i click View Map the device close itself, i am able to search addresses but when i hit the Go button the device close itself, i got a TV icon on the main screen, a media player ,routes that i didn't test them yet and weather and flight status that don't work. I think i will test it as it is with the Garmin FMI cable. Thanks

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    To Fix voices is easy, you need to patch your rgn with [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and then reflash RGN
    "Another excellent tool from "our friend" TurboCCC"
    Regarding your Map issue I'm confused, When I flash this version it worked good with CN Maps.
    Maybe a "text" or "keyboard" issue try to backup and delete all your "texts" and "keyboards" then put back slowly one by one.
    English American text and keyboard is built in to Firmware, no file needed.
    Do hard reset a few times before and after flashing.
    Don't run your music and voice above 70 % with this version you can damage speaker.
    :Animated56:Flashing Alternative Firmwares can Brick Nuvi:Animated56:

    But it's fun to unbrick anyways.
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    I removed the 1480 Jp fw, and i tryied with 1360/1460 and works. Even if at boot gives me the error with no compatible audio device the sound works. I have european maps installed on the device, maybe thats why the device didn't want to work. Thank you for your time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ovidiu.calbajos View Post
    I removed the 1480 Jp fw, and i tryied with 1360/1460 and works. Even if at boot gives me the error with no compatible audio device the sound works. I have european maps installed on the device, maybe thats why the device didn't want to work. Thank you for your time.
    Your voice choices will be limited to American English NON TTS!
    Last edited by dasilvarsa; 30th June 2012 at 19:56.

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    dasilvarsa do you know why I can't activate the FMI on the device? when i connect with the fleet management controller i got no product id and no S/W version and i can't see any protocol supported [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
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    Maybe FMI is not a feature in Japan ?
    The Truth I don't know.
    FMI should work with US Firmware.

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    If you want to kill your device in future - you can flash this firmware.
    Sony SL10=>HP 1930=>1940=>Toshiba e755=>Loox N520=>Acer n311+Huawei ETS688=> Fujitsu-Siemens Loox N560 WM6=>Dell Axim x51v=> Huawei s7 s-105 (FW 2.2.2 Sweden) + Nokia N78. Garmin Forerunner 405. I love flash Garmin devices.

 

 
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